Projects per year
Kamaljit Sangha works as an Ecological Economist at the Darwin Centre for Bushfire Research, Charles Darwin University. She has developed skills and knowledge in the trans-disciplinary area of Ecological Economics—intersecting ecological, economic, and social sciences—over the last 15-20 years. Her main research interests include:
1. Understanding and highlighting the role of natural systems for human wellbeing (particularly, for Indigenous and local communities);
2. Valuing ecosystems for their services (Ecosystem Services) to inform policy decision making;
3. Developing Payments for Ecosystem Services mechanisms;
4. Sustainable natural resource management by integrating socio-economic and ecological perspectives;
5. Understanding the role of 'country' for Indigenous wellbeing through evaluating marketable (tangible) and non-marketable (intangible) benefits;
6. Assessing the 'true value' of the small-scale agricultural system to promote and support sustainable, local economies.
Central Queensland University
2000 → 2004
Award Date: 19 Jul 2004
Part-time Lecturer, University of Southern Queensland, Qld2011 → 2014
Lecturer, James Cook University2006 → 2010
Natural Resource Economist, James Cook University2004 → 2006
Scoping the potential of integrating unmanned aerial systems into health care delivery in the Northern Territory
30/09/20 → 1/03/21
Start-up 2020: Identifying research partnerships to scope NT economy for sustainable future development
13/07/20 → 12/05/21
Global importance of Indigenous and local communities' managed lands: Building a case for stewardship schemesSangha, K. K., Oct 2020, In : Sustainability (Switzerland). 12, 19, p. 1-9 9 p., 7839.
Research output: Contribution to journal › ArticleOpen AccessFile
A state-wide economic assessment of coastal and marine ecosystem services to inform sustainable development policies in the Northern Territory, AustraliaSangha, K. K., Stoeckl, N., Crossman, N. & Costanza, R., Sep 2019, In : Marine Policy. 107, p. 1-10 10 p., 103595.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article
Beneficial land sector change in far northern Australia is required and possible-A refutation of McLean and Holmes (2019)Russell-Smith, J. & Sangha, K. K., 1 Jan 2019, In : Rangeland Journal. 41, 4, p. 363-369 7 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Review articleOpen Access
Challenges for prescribed fire management in Australia's fire-prone rangelands-the example of the Northern TerritoryRussell-Smith, J., Edwards, A. C., Sangha, K. K., Yates, C. P. & Gardener, M. R., 27 Feb 2019, In : International Journal of Wildland Fire. 29, 5, p. 339-353 15 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › ArticleOpen AccessFile10 Downloads (Pure)